With Paul Burden and Adam Shaw.
6.00,6.15,6.30,6.45 News; 6.27,6.58 Regional news; 6.15 Financial papers;
6.25 Sport; 6.55 Weather................
With Justin Webb and Juliet Morris.
News every 15minutes. 7.12,7.40,8.12,
8.40 Business; 7.20,7.50,8.20,8.50 Sport; 7.25, 7.55,8.25,8.55 Weather, regional news, travel.
Bobby and JR take their sons on a cattle drive.
Viewers have their say on the day's stories. With Nicky Campbell.
Phone Line: [number removed] (calls charged at local rate).
Highlights of quiz show Who's Bluffing Who?
Highlights from the last series, with Rolf Harris.
(For details see 9.50am) (Stereo)
Including at 12.00 News; Regional News; Weather
Daily news-based quiz show.
(Details at 5.35pm)
Anne is distressed over her phantom pregnancy.
Today, breaks and sprains..........
General knowledge team quiz, presented by Philip Hayton.
See Parents' Guide: pages 43-50
Viewers' questions answered.
Questions: write to Dear Mr Barker, [address removed]
Futuristic animation based on a comic-strip hero from 1936
Including the latest instalment from the summer expedition to South Africa.
Brotherly teasing of Libby leads Billy to invade her privacy.
(Shown at 1.30pm) (For cast see Wednesday)
With Martyn Lewis and Moira Stuart.
Weather Penny Tranter
The latest news in the south of England presented by Sally Taylor. Plus, special features each night on consumer affairs, heritage, the arts, life stories and leisure. Editor Andy Griffee
Noel Edmonds hosts the quiz which tests television knowledge. Tonight, the Untouchables from Hackney play Just Good Friends from Eastbourne.
Competition Line: [number removed] (calls charged at 39p per minute, cheap rate; 49p per minute, other times). Line closes at midnight on Thursday.
Metrication Day is 1 October, but how much do consumers know about what is about to happen in Britain's shops? Presented by Anne Robinson. Call the live hotline on [number removed] and tell your story to a researcher; or write to Watchdog, [address removed]
Kathy is slowly facing up to her condition, but an evening with Pat reawakens old memories.
(For cast see Tuesday)
Classic moments brought to the screen by Kenny Everett's stable of wacky characters, including Sid Snot, Cupid Stunt and Marcel Wave. Including guest appearances by Joanna Lumley, Billy Connolly and Janet Street-Porter.
With Peter Sissons.
Weather Penny Tranter
In-depth investigations and analysis of major events at home and abroad.
Billy Connolly returns to the River Clyde where, as a youth, he served as a welder's apprentice. On his way to perform in Stirling, he points out Bannockburn, site of the pitched battle between the Scots and the English, and after the show he heads for Scone Palace and the Forth Bridge.
Robert Harris's Fatherland was a publishing phenomenon, the most successful first novel by a British author in the past 20 years. Now he's releasing his second novel, Enigma, which looks like being the publishing event of the year.
See today's choices.
Films reviewed this evening include Forget Paris starring Billy Crystal and Debra Winger. When Crystal takes his dead father back to France, a chance encounter with an airline executive leads to love.
Funny Bones stars Jerry Lewis, young British comic Lee Evans and Oliver Platt and tells the story of a struggling comedian who returns to England to track down the origin of the humour that made his father a success.
Also, director Terence Davies and star Gena Rowlands talk about The Neon Bible, recently screened in competition at Cannes.
And a vintage year is remembered with the films and events of 1955, a year which saw the deaths of James Dean and Carmen Miranda and the births of Kevin Costner and Bruce Willis. (Stereo)
See Barry Norman: page 68
Comedy starring Susanna Hoffs, Dedee Pfeiffer, Joan Cusack
It is graduation time at Pacifica College: the culmination of four years of sun, sea, surf... and study. However, before donning their caps and gowns, these gilded youths plan one final dusk-to-dawn party. For room mates Molly, Val and Gina, this is the first night of the rest of their lives.
Film Reviews pages 71-78